Wednesday Evening Fellowship Classes (September-April)
Following the fellowship meal, classes begin at 6:00 and include the following:
- Study of Walking in the Dust of Rabbi Jesus by Lois Tverberg – Led by Pastor Charlie
- Bible Study – Led by Gary Cooper
Coffee & Theology: This is our newest small group that meets. The purpose of this group is to fellowship with each other by discussing various Bible or theology topics. It meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:00pm in Wesley Hall. So far, the group has discussed topics such as predestination, women in ministry, the church and homosexuality, and “once saved, always saved.”
Sunday School Classes Meet Sundays at 9:30am.
Disciple Bible Class (Room 200)
Led by Joe Byrd
We are a discussion class of adults of various ages, interested in Bible Studies that are a bit more intense than the usual Sunday School quarterly studies were. Presently, our study is from D6 Curriculum, and is progressing through the New Testament. The D6 Curriculum is inspired by Deuteronomy 6 where Moses reminded Israel, before crossing the Jordan, not to forget the Lord their God. Newcomers welcome!
” Love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates.”
Fellowship Class (Room 212)
Led by Jim Cunningham and Jay Brown
This class is led through lessons focused on the Bible. The class shares discussion time, and searches for meaning in our everyday lives. The lecture, discussion and readings are from the International Lesson Series for Adults.
Key Class (Room 208)
This vibrant singles and married class enjoys both serious discussion and humor. They use the Bible and other supplemental literature to guide their studies. K.E.Y. stands for Keep Ever Young, but we hope to use what we learn in class to be a Key to our understanding of God’s plan for us.
Margaret Pennington Class (Room 410)
This class study is based on the Bible and the quarterly ordered by TUMC. This is Tyner’s largest Sunday School class and it provides a great source of leadership and caring for our church and community.
Open Door Class (Room 205)
Led by Chris Bean
The Open Door Class is a multi-generational group with members ranging from grandparents to those with small children, with a variety of family makeups represented. “Hot button” issues are discussed from a variety of perspectives. We work to remain true to the United Methodist notion of “open hearts, open minds and (of course) open doors.”
Stewardship (Room 210)
Led by Julie Morrison & Gary Cooper
A lecture/discussion format incorporating interactive study of various biblical topics or books of the Bible. Materials include the Bible in various translations, Bible commentaries and other pertinent literature to thoroughly examine the scriptures. We examine the text in its contextual setting, and highlight the contributions of modern scholarship. Participative discussion is central to class studies which focus on deepening and broadening our understanding of the Bible. Challenging propositions, lively interaction, and enjoyable fellowship are hallmarks of this class. No question is off limits as we pursue a fuller and more personal knowledge of the word of God.
Vic Myers Men’s Class (Room 203)
Men, all ages
Led by Pastor Charlie Harrison
A visitor friendly all men’s class, they have a topic and discussion based approach. They use varied Bible centered materials with the emphasis on the Christ Life and the appropriation of grace.
Women’s Class (Room 207)
Women, all ages
Led by Lou Harrison
This is a discussion-based class that studies the Bible to grow in knowledge and wisdom of God and His kingdom. We seek God and His truth by seeking to apply His Word to our everyday lives.